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Sunday, January 01, 2006

"It takes a worried man---'

It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
I'm worried now but I won't be worried long
(Only until January 23)
Lyrics by Van Morrison, sung by the Kingston trio.
Which one of these two looks worried?

Posted by Bob Wood on January 1, 2006 | Permalink

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Global TV just reported a new Ipsos Reid poll.

CANADA: CPC leading, 33-32. NDP at 18%

ONTARIO: CPC LEADING 38-36. NDP at 19%

Posted by: Joan Tintor | 2006-01-01 4:46:15 PM


So long it's been not nice to know ya. Where is Waldo, er Paul, going to be on Monday? RSVP, as Canadians are waiting "on a need-to-know basis".>>

Itineraries for the federal party leaders on Monday, Jan. 2

OTTAWA (CP) - Itineraries for the federal party leaders on Monday, Jan. 2 (all times local):

Paul Martin - Liberal Party

Itinerary not yet released.

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Stephen Harper - Conservative Party

Rally (8:30 a.m. at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 101 Lyon St., Ballroom A, lower level, Ottawa); Tour event (3:30 p.m. at Holiday Inn Saguenay, 2675 Boul. du Royaume, Jonquiere, Que.).

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Jack Layton - New Democratic Party

Tour event with area NDP candidates (2:00 p.m. at Montgomery Legion, 330 Kent St., Ottawa).

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Gilles Duceppe - Bloc Quebecois

Wishes party members a happy 2006, followed by news conference. (2 p.m. at 926 Ste-Catherine St. E., Montreal)>>>
http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/CanadaVotes/2005/12/31/1374703-cp.html

Posted by: maz2 | 2006-01-01 4:48:47 PM


Dont' start the song and dance yet. We are not a two party state but a three party state. That makes all the difference. It means that it's harder for the CPC to win.

The addition of a third party upsets a clear choice - especially since one of the parties is close, awfully close in ideology to the other.

So, you could be in favour of the NDP and vote Liberal, to prevent the CPC from coming to power. This was the Liberal strategy in 2004 and we all know that they will use it this time as well.
Layton is trying to prevent this -

Posted by: ET | 2006-01-01 6:32:07 PM


It has already begun. A new opinion survey suggests that although voters like the NDP, they would vote Liberal if there was a Conservative surge. See online Toronto star article.

Posted by: rog | 2006-01-01 6:57:01 PM


Harper in Quebec again??

Those must be some interesting internals the CPC have.

Posted by: mitch | 2006-01-01 8:03:15 PM


Paulie gets a new gig.

Posted by: Duke | 2006-01-01 8:19:13 PM


Paulies new gig with Mike K see it here.

http://tinyurl.com/a4k8p

Posted by: Duke | 2006-01-01 8:20:41 PM


I just love the commercial that goes... "hands in your pockets" The consevatives should try to get permission to use it, then get a Martin/Goodall look alike as the guy with the Hand in your pocket...... The truth will set you free but first, will cause you great pain.

Posted by: truthsayer | 2006-01-02 10:29:09 AM



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